Plate Place of origin: Gubbio, Italy (probably, made) Date: ca. 1525 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Museum number: 1676-1855 Gallery location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Asia & Europe, room 137, case 39, shelf 3 V&A

Plate

Plate Place of origin: Gubbio, Italy (probably, made) Date: ca. 1525 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Museum number: 1676-1855 Gallery location: Ceramics Study Galleries, Asia & Europe, room 137, case 39, shelf 3 V&A

Dish      Place of origin:      Faenza, Italy (made)     Date:      ca. 1525 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Tin-glazed earthenware     Credit Line:      Salting Collection, Bequethed by George Salting Esq.     Museum number:      C.2136-1910

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Faenza, Italy (made) Date: ca. 1525 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Credit Line: Salting Collection, Bequethed by George Salting Esq. Museum number: C.2136-1910

The Flora Blu Large Round Wall Plate is an incredible work of art. With swirling designs reminiscent of the Italian Renaissance, the plate's strong, striking colors make a statement in your home.

The Flora Blu Large Round Wall Plate is an incredible work of art. With swirling designs reminiscent of the Italian Renaissance, the plate's strong, striking colors make a statement in your home.

Print - Italian majolica plate - 1892. Notes : Written on border: "Collection Spitzer. Vol. IV. Paris, 1892. Les Faiences Italiennes. Pl. II. XVIe siècle. Grand Plat creux: Fabrique de Caffaggiolo, Italie."

Print - Italian majolica plate - 1892. Notes : Written on border: "Collection Spitzer. Vol. IV. Paris, 1892. Les Faiences Italiennes. Pl. II. XVIe siècle. Grand Plat creux: Fabrique de Caffaggiolo, Italie."

Place of origin:  Siena, Italy (made) Date:  ca. 1510 (made) Artist/Maker:  Maestro Benedetto (maker) Materials and Techniques:  Tin-glazed earthenware Credit Line:  Bequeathed by George Salting Museum number:  4487-1858

Plate

Place of origin: Siena, Italy (made) Date: ca. 1510 (made) Artist/Maker: Maestro Benedetto (maker) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Credit Line: Bequeathed by George Salting Museum number: 4487-1858

RENAISSANCE BLUE - CHARGER PLATE: 12.5" (32cm) Diameter.    Renaissance Blue Colors: Blue on White.    The acanthus leaf is a recurring motif in the tradiitional Renaissance design created for the Medicii family of Florence.    Choice of different color combinations makes this motif astonishingly versatile. The acanthus leaf is often combined w/ the peacock which symbolizes pride, majesty & immortality.    #Art #Vail #Gubbio #Umbria #Deruta #Italy #Dinnerware #Tuscany #Majolica #Renaissance

RENAISSANCE BLUE - CHARGER PLATE: 12.5" (32cm) Diameter. Renaissance Blue Colors: Blue on White. The acanthus leaf is a recurring motif in the tradiitional Renaissance design created for the Medicii family of Florence. Choice of different color combinations makes this motif astonishingly versatile. The acanthus leaf is often combined w/ the peacock which symbolizes pride, majesty & immortality. #Art #Vail #Gubbio #Umbria #Deruta #Italy #Dinnerware #Tuscany #Majolica #Renaissance

The acanthus leaf is a recurring motif in the traditional Renaissance design created for the Medicii family of Florence.

The acanthus leaf is a recurring motif in the traditional Renaissance design created for the Medicii family of Florence.

This Renaissance design unites 3 elements: The leaf design, which appears in a narrow band on plates & other forms; A combination of stylized leafs & flowers often appears as center medallions on bigger plates, bowls & platters; as well as a wide band, called rich Renaissance ('rinascimento a fiaschetti') on decorated plates w/ a very broad rim.    This Dinnerware pattern is hand painted in Radda (Chianti.)    #Art #Vail #Gubbio #Umbria #Deruta #Italy #Dinnerware #Tuscany #Majolica…

This Renaissance design unites 3 elements: The leaf design, which appears in a narrow band on plates & other forms; A combination of stylized leafs & flowers often appears as center medallions on bigger plates, bowls & platters; as well as a wide band, called rich Renaissance ('rinascimento a fiaschetti') on decorated plates w/ a very broad rim. This Dinnerware pattern is hand painted in Radda (Chianti.) #Art #Vail #Gubbio #Umbria #Deruta #Italy #Dinnerware #Tuscany #Majolica…


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